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State Association Services

Who Are Our Members and What Do They Do?

Our members comprise 49 state school boards associations. State school boards associations are nonprofit organizations that represent more than 90,000 local school board members who are dedicated to educating every child to his or her fullest potential and committed to leadership for student achievement. Local school board members govern 13,809 local school districts serving the nation's 50 million public school students.

State school boards associations offer training and other services to help support school board members in their work. They help with policy writing, legal matters, insurance, superintendent searches, and other issues. They also track state legislation and advocate for school boards, local governance, and public schools to state legislatures.

To learn more about your state school boards association, click your state on the map below.

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Member Benefits

Member Services

We provide our members with a variety of services and resources that are designed to support your work and facilitate connections with one another.

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Service Partnerships

Service Partnerships

We are committed to developing service partnerships that will increase non-dues revenue opportunities and provide valuable member services.

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What State School Board Associations Do

What State Associations Do

State school boards associations offer training and other services to help support school board members.

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